The year 2018 represents a milestone in the history of Vincent Bach. Having started his business in 1918, master craftsman Vincent Bach created a legacy with the introduction of the first Bach trumpets in 1924 and the addition of trombones to the Vincent Bach line around 1928. To celebrate a legacy lasting 100 years, Conn-Selmer and Vincent Bach proudly present this new commemorative trombone.
This is the most responsive valve on a Bach trombone that I have ever played.
-Jay Friedman, CSO
A traditional 42 bell, with the ultimate in tonal response and ability to change the color of sound
“Bell-free bracing” allows the bell to vibrate freely, creating a quicker response with more clarity and projection
European designed Meinlschmidt Open-Flow valve, creating an ease of playability in the low register, while maintaining a great high range as well
Case has a wine-colored nest and a special case badge commemorating the 100th year of Vincent Bach’s business. It’s also Vincent’s 90th year of trombone manufacturing
Jay Friedman, principal trombonist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, was involved with the design of this trombone.
Purchased from the Bach factory as used (blemished), without warranty
Lacquer blemishes in bell flare, scratch in bell rim
Gold brass bell, 1-piece, hand spun 8.5"
Meinlschmidt open-flow rotary valve
"Bell-free bracing" style
All nickel LT42 hand slide with fixed leadpipe
Bach 341 6-1/2AL mouthpiece
Deluxe Centennial model wood shell case
Includes one-year Horn Guys warranty excluding finish